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items on future agenda. >> any public comment on this item? >> sorry. i don't understand. still working on this. >> commissioner fraser. wiener and mar. >> my suspicion is that it will take a while and whose bill it will make it out. to be clear, it's nothing but unclear now. i will keep everyone updated for sure. >> all right. item no. 13. >> the clerk: item 13, discussion item, opportunity for the public to comment on any matters within the boards jurisdiction. >> commissioners, just one quit note while i'm not hard of hearing is that you don't speak directly into the microphone and especially commissioner fraser, we can rarely hear almost all of what you say and it gets lost and you swallow the end of your sentences. after many years. too many years of speech and forensics. commissioner, it's great because we hear everything that you say. i would ask you all to please speak directly into the microphone. we have members who regularly wear hearing aids and we have difficulty understanding what goes on and the commission secretary is right on with her comments. everything she says can b
? it's the bigotry of low standards. you just don't expect compensate from a black leader and by smearing helpful critics, your own prejudice slips by.bu you weren't hiding. you had the false armor of political correctness as cover. but as everyone is finally admitting, the emperor in the white house has no clothes. even obama admits obamacare is disaster. i guess he's racist, too. hopefully this whole thing is ending because race baiting provided a shield that allowed obama to fail because everybody was scared. >> yep. so no one focused on what was in the bill. they were too busy focusing on who is credit criticizing him and are there racial undertones to that criticizing. you said he has no clothes. so you're anti-nudist now. >> that's so true.s i should be encouraging that. although if you look at the people that work for him, i don't want him to be nude. bob, isn't the problem obvious that, if all criticism is deemed racist, then no one willr criticize? >> i don't agree with the premise. i know you're going to pick out -- we've got some sound on tape here about some li
if they don't meet the standards of the healthcare law. molly henneberg is live in washington with more. molly? >> greg, more than 5 million americans have received those cancellation notices letting them know that they won't have their health insurance plan anymore. it's going to be cancelled because of obama care. and lawmakers are hearing from those constituents. that may be part of the reason why 39 house democrats voted for a republican bill the upton bill that would allow americans to keep their health insurance plans even if they don't meet obamacare standards. president obama had announced a day earlier that his administration would craft an administrative fix to allow people to keep their health insurance. still, those 39 house democrats likely feeling the pressure from their home districts broke with the president, broke with their leadership, and voted for the upton bill. >> what has to drive my vote as a doctor, for someone who really underunderstands healthcare is what is best for american patients. and then as a representative of the district, i really have to be responsible for
're looking at possibilities. but now he is in office and i think it's no surprise, i don't think anyone here would disagree with the fact that the president has proven himself to be a better campaigner that he's been able to govern. but i also say -- >> that's a pretty fair assessment. >> yes. that's the truth. but it's much more challenging to govern if, particularly when you have a congress that's in complete and total obstruction of everything you put forward. >> he had the senate. he had the house. what was his excuse then? >> that's not an excuse, it's fact. >> didn't he get a stimulus passed? didn't he get the stimulus. he got his health care bill passed without a single, right? >> here's one thing i think, the latest polls that came out showed that on the issue of honesty and trustworthiness, most americans don't trust their president. how many of you think the president is honest and trustworthy? how many of you don't? why? >> because he, like many other politicians, have said one thing and done another. and that is one thing indicative of this generation is that they can't stand peo
that little electric dance for us? i don't know -- >> i'm not sure why we were playing eye it's electric" but you can't help but get that awful dance out of your head. anybody that has been to a wedding in the last 15 years has seen that. >> weddings, anyway, we have some corporate news to get you caught up on this morning. you're not going to believe this one. the group includes holders of more than half of the $34.6 billion of preferred sars in the company. the plan reportedly being pitched as a way to bring tens of billions of dollars of private capital back into the capital. treasury has controlled fannie and freddie, of course, for the last five years. >>> johnson & johnson agreed to what could be a $4 billion settlement over hip implants. the deal could include thousands injured. a tentative plan must win court approval. >>> starbucks will be paying kraft food nearly $278 billion after it ended the grocery deal early. it includes damages and legal fees. mondalieze will receive all proceeds from the starbucks/kraft dispute. >> it seems like a lot of money. >> and don't forget, starb
states and around the world. but it's a matter of our clients are a little bit more cautious. but i don't know that this quarter or next quarter that you'll see any effect on our business materially. >> and stores products retailer container store, they raised $225 million. the ipo was priced at $18 a share, the top end of its increased price range. stairs are set to start trading on the new york stock exchange today under the symbol tcs. >>> microsoft co-founder paul allen's fund is suggesting microsoft spin off its consumer business. this is big news. the man who manages allen's fortune is now suggesting that microsoft search and xbox business res deextracting from the software business which drives earnings. so i mean, paul allen and bill gates, i don't think they're -- they've been spending@of time together these days, anyway, joe. >> no. and the roys. these guys found or fund companies, whatever it is, they don't -- i don't know, over the years, things happen. i think we'll always be together. >> we'll always be together. >> i saw a picture of gates on the ft today. interesting. wh
people, gee, you can't have that health insurance plan you don't want. now there's someone running in my distinct in virginia for the house of delegates. she's decided, well, doctors probably will have to be forced to accept medicaid patients because that will be necessary to make the system work. and i think people are seeing the kind of intrusiveness and coerciveness as well as the wastefulness of it and saying no way. >> and losing your doctor. i put it bluntly. the liberal entitlement state dream is crumbling before our eyes. okay? that's the way i look at it. and ari, i'll take it to you because i think as bill kristol suggested, i think this has tremendous political ramifications that even obama may not yet fully understand. >> well, we could test some of those tomorrow. virginia is a race where you've had republicans try to run on obama care. it's a state that's traditionally leaned to the right. but i think the democrats are looking very strongly in there. we'll see what happens. in new jersey, chris christie is seen as a moderate by some, and he has participated in aspects of th
beating the street. joe, over to you, sir. >> andrew, i don't -- 21st century fox. i think that's a mistake. you know -- >> you know, i thought it was, but -- >> how can -- it's 20th. is it a different company? >> it's outdated. >> is it a different company? >> no. >> this is the staple at 20th century fox? what is this, y2k? >> remember conan o'brien, in the year 2000 -- >> i know you don't like change. >> 21st century is a clothing store in new york, isn't it? >> century 21. >> it's a cheap clothing store. but i like it. that's where i go. >> just because the date rupert? >> yeah, i believe it was. >> i think they took a poll of the staff, either senior management or the whole place. >> and they said change it to -- >> yep. 20th century was so backwards. >> so i'm going to have to go through this again? >> in a hundred years? >> yeah. >> if you're still living -- >> i'm on the grid and i'm a cyborg. and becky changed her twitter name. yes. >>@joekernanshair is available. how do we know anthony weiner really didn't get -- you don't know whether that's his thing. you got caught.
's a great read. >> fantastic. don't forget to set your dvrs. so you never miss an episode of "the five" and we'll see you right back here tomorrow. "special report" is next. >>> welcome to this studio audience edition of "hannity." tonight you get to meet the millennials. now over the course of the next hour, some familiar faces from generation "y" will be here to tackle a wide range of topics from politics to top culture to some of the most divisive social issues we face as a country. no subject off limits. being a parent myself, i want this program to be more than just identifying the challenges that face this generation because so important, we also, tonight, identify solutions. with that said, we begin tonight we look at the millennials by numbers. many young americans at this age range, sadly, after nearly six years under president obama, well, unemployment remains way too high among 18 to 29-year-olds. according to the department of labor, the total jobless rate for millennials is 10.9%. now that's well above last month's national average of 7.3%. and moving on, in 2012, a record
when he said here's what i really meant and went on blah, blah, blah. i don't see that the president gets how important politically that was. >> we may have different definitions of apologies. maybe it's a partisan thing. i don't know. i thought an apology is when you say i'm sorry. i watch that had clip and i thought i heard him say i'm sorry. >> i thought he said he was sorry that people didn't understand what he was saying. and sorry that he may not have explained it right. i didn't hear him really say i'm sorry that i said i'd let you keep your insurance and your doctor and we went back on our word. i didn't hear that. i did hear the word sorry, i'll grant you that, but i thought it was a rather sorry performance. >> i think they might feel sorry coming next year because the beggar problems are yet to come. the small group plans got an extension because they renewed off cycle. so they won't start getting dropped until closer to the end of 2014. but i think the biggest problem is people will enroll and try to use the coverage and nip who was previously insured and now on an obama
, i remember him saying, you know, a lot of these people don't even think i was born here, and he wasn't sure what he meant by here. and that -- that's the theology of it, chris. there is a sort of theological belief at the heart of this that obama -- that the president is somehow not only not legitimate, not an american, but not even from here. that's an element of theology with these people at the heart -- that's where everything starts. goes back to birtherism, and it goes back to their rejection, sort of like their tissue rejection of him from the body of poll lick. they have never, never accepted his legitimacy. >> john, i think that cosmic thing is totally true. but john, just down to the narrow conversation i was having with that u.s. congressman. i said, if you're for ted cruz who we all know was born to an american mother in canada and i believe he's an american and eligible to run for president. i'm pretty liberal about this. most of us are. the worst crazy case is donald trump that president obama was born to an american mother in kenya. therefore if you should accept cruz,
's be honest. we eavesdrop, too. everyone is listening to everyone else. he went on to add, "we don't have the same means as the united states which makes us jealous." america spends tens of billions of dollars on intelligence collection. it's hard to get data to make good comparisons but it is safe to assume that washington's intelligence budget dwarfs that of other countries just as it does with defense spending. it is particularly strange that this rift should develop between the united states and its closest allies in europe. it was predictable and in fact in a sense predicted. in 2002, the british diplomat robert cooper wrote an essay in which he argued that europe was a post-modern international system in which force was no longer a serious option. instead, economic interdependence and cooperation were the governing ideas of state craft. and certainly when one looks at the european union, it does describe its reality. the prospect of war between france and germany which had gone to war three times between 1870 and 1950 seems utterly impossible. but outside of europe, the world is not
that happen? because the picture is much, much better than that number. i just don't believe that the american people have had a fair or fuller picture of the events in afghanistan. i believe that the press has missed a good story. it hasn't missed the problems. it has missed the progress. the impression that our people get doesn't come from either. it comes from what they read or hear or see and what they have which is fair game. and they should be brought into the light and disclosed and written about and talked about. but what has been missing, i believe, is the part of the afghan story which represents real progress so that the american people have been deprived, denied the sense of success or at least partial success which i believe they are entitled to because of the loss of blood and treasure by our people. i think it is a sad -- it is sad that our people don't have that sense that hey, we have made some progress in afghanistan. the picture basically has just been too one-sided focused just too much on failure and on discord. to leave you now have to decide what we are going to do, what
's not usually just cisco. is it just cisco in this case? >> no, i don't think so. we saw some bad emerging markets news out of ibm last month. >> i thought that was ibm. didn't you? >> yeah, well, i don't know. china was a big part of that. other emerging markets were looking bad. it didn't necessarily seem like it was just an ibm issue. and i think chambers is underscoring that saying, we saw some ibm and we're going to see it from a lot more -- not everybody, but a lot more. >> we worry about revenue not growing enough. in this case, is revenue actually year over year declining? >> yeah, yeah. >> that's bad. >> analysts have been looking for an uptick of 4% in the fiscal q2, which is the quarter from a year ago. and cisco's guidance is down 8% to 10%. >> that's pretty staggering. >> because not only were the top five emerging markets down 25%, but the declines were accelerating towards the end of the quarter. so this is kind of -- >> what about the tapering? because if you think about all those emerging markets, they were impacted. >> it's the idea -- >> the concept. >> well, that was th
. and the president is fully aware of this. i remember him saying, a lot of these people don't even think i was born here and he wasn't sure what he meant here. that's the theology of it. there's a theological belief at the heart of this, the president is somehow not only legitimate, not american, not even from here, that's an almost of theology with these people. it goes back to the birthism and rejection of him from the body politic. they never accepted his legitimacy. >> i think a cosmic thing is true. >> if for you're ted cruz who was born to an american mother up in kentucky, i'm all for that. the worst crazy thing is donald trump is president obama was born to an american mother in kenya. he should accept president obama as a legitimate president. he wouldn't answer it. even in the narrow bounds i set it up. >> chris you're asking for something they can't give you. you're asking for some moral integrity. just to continue with what howard was saying the reason they do this because it works. identify been looking back at 2009. the president's approval ratings with white voters is in the 60s. it
and possibilities. i don't think anybody would disagree that the president proved himself to be a better campaigner than his ability to govern. >> as a democrat, that's a fair assessment. >> it's more challenging to govern and particularly when you have a congress in complete and total obstruction. >> really? he has the senate. he had the house. >> that's what you said. >> didn't he get a stimulus passed? >> he's done things. >> he got the health care bill passed. >> right. >> the latest polls that came out show ed on the issue of honesty and trustworthiness most americans don't trust their president. how many of you think the president is honest and trustworthy? how many of you don't? why? >> because he, like many other politicians have said one thing and done another. that's one thing indicative of the generation. they can't stand people who are inauthentic in positions of power. they grew up in a culture where 9/11 happened as we came into add le jens. into college we have had the recession. we have high hopes and nothing comes through. our generation want to see someone get something done and b
it. don't ask me why we're still deal with that on "dancing with the stars" on "real housewives of beverly hills." i found it comical that the ladies thought what i said all along. take a look at everything. >> i fainted on camera before and i fainted for real. some people just aren't cut out for fake faints. [ ughter ] >> she wakes up, don't people when tey wake up, don't they wake up startled? she woke up like and she was looking at him and then like at the camera. lisa wanted out from "dancing with the stars." she wanted out. i don't blame her. i'd be tired too and want to go home. [ laughter ] >> back when we saw that happen, i said nobody faints that pretty and being a "dancing with the stars" insider, there's some of us who we realize, gosh, we bit off more than we can chew, i want to get back to my regular life. can i stub a toe? can i faint? can i get a doctor's note saying i have sciatica, what? i understand what yo did and why you did it. [ applause ] allegedly. hey, the singer, adele, we haven't talked about her in a long time. i have a nice story to share. depending
? >> a boomer what? >> boomer -- >> boomer esiason. he wasn't that fast, i don't think. they say it best exhibited the adaptive alacrity of a koala. >> must be an australian thing. >> without being anywhere near as cute as the koala. that's interesting. >> boomer may refer to animals, fictional characters, comics, video games. >> doesn't explain it. >> that's a large male kangaroo. >> that's what we were just told. large male kangaroo. so it doesn't have a pouch then? not all kangaroos have pouches? >> i guess you wouldn't need one if you were male, right? >> unless it was like vestigal. >> if you're male, i don't think you have one? >> i don't think so. unfortunately some of us humans -- you know. we're not carrying babies in our pouch. fisher -- mine's less than it was. you have nothing. fisher will vote next year on the fomz. he wasn't a voting member this year. meantime, one of this year's voting members, yes, jim bullard will join us on set at 7:00 for two hours and we may -- he may be a little different in tone and substance than plausser we talked to on friday. >> they're both haw
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analysis and extra and don't forget instagram and if you missed any part of today's show, sear go to itunes and search state of the union. >> this is "gps." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. we have great show for you today. we'll start with nsa spying and uproar it caused in europe especially. germany's former defense minister will explain what is going on there. and then the former nsa director will help us understand what america's spies are really doing around the world and michael bloomberg called the mayor of the world. with the election of his successor on hand, what lessons does bloomberg have to share with us? one of them, cities need rich people. he'll explain. and the latest weapon against bad guys. it's not a new fangled drone or bunker buster bomb. it's simply brittany. i'll explain. revelations about the national security agency and spying on foreign allied leaders has been embarrassing for the obama administration at a time when it hardly needs more bad news. is it more than an embarrassment? should it raise alarms abroad and at home?
to put my turkey in a thing in the yard. >> a deep fryer. >> i don't think i want that. but they've talked me into it. i had to buy a special size and i'm fearing someone is going to get hurt. >> he's trolling mika. >> is that very bad for you? >> it macs the turkey come alive. >> in peanut oil. >> why don't you eat some fourteench fries in. >> i have been talked into it. i have to bring the turkey over at 1:00. he's going to take care of it and give it back to me. >> it will taste good. >> it will? ion if my parents will like that. that's what's happening. none of are you cooking. are any of you shopping on friday? i don't understand this black friday thing. all right. i would suggest others don't as well. right? >> it can wait until saturday. >> go online or save your money. >> go online. >> okay. so we're all getting ready for the holiday. it's one of the busiest travel days of the year. of course, on coup, the amount of storm system is threatening to spoil the thanksgiving holiday. is that possible? today most of the northeast and mid-atlantic are expected to be pummelled wit
, if you don't acknowledge mistakes, anything that comes, to the public's attention that shows, that those mistakes are there, that you had to know about them, breeds cynicism, maybe you are covering something up. people start questioning everything that you say. i don't know if we're at that stage with barack obama or people are in a cynical mood about the height care law. but -- healthcare but we talk a great deal about getting to the scandals of irs. he looks and sounds angry when he is citing them, but there is no follow through. >> there is -- not only is there no follow through, people should look up a column by glen kessler in the washington post, he is an equal opportunity barber, he hands out pinnochios for misstatements, he gave president obama 4 pinnochios for his repeated statements about the fact that no american would lose their doctor or insurance plan under obamacare it is totally untrue, that is what he has to correct. that has really brought into question his credibility, he will have to take that on, and admit he misled people and apologize. neil: what would be the big d
with the breaking details on that meeting. don't go anywhere. but first, it was a busy day on the hill today where the woman many see as the face of the obama care failures was taking heated questions from senators frustrated senators. and republicans who warned that obama care was an atomic bomb about to be dropped on america. >> i am accountable to this committee and to the american public for getting the fixes in place. and we are committed to getting healthcare.gov fixed. >> you've been misleading the american people and the president has over and over and over again. and i would much rather you come up and say, yeah, we were wrong, didn't tell the truth. you, madame secretary must make good on that promise. >> in the last five weeks, access to healthcare.gov has been a frustrating experience for far too many of these americans. it's unacceptable, i'm focused on fixing it and i'm accountable. >> you said america should hold you accountable, which is why today i repeat my request for you to resign. >> resign? we know that's not going to happen. accountability? please. people are frustrated, oba
looking at in the a perfunctory way. you don't see it the way that you do if you focus on it intently. so the photo wes take try to show you a view you haven't seen before. so we have things like the cover photo of a tomato that focuses on the thome know a way that's quite different. >> rose: there you go. what are we going to do about microsoft? >> i worked at microsoft for 14 years. >> rose: you sold them your company and went to work for them. >> yup. i was chief technology officer there. i worked very closely with bill and steve and others. and it will always have a part of my heart. and it's still an incredibly strong, strong company. it was some great internal values. but i think it's lost its way in a few dimensions. >> rose: well, you should know why. >> it's hard to know why. i think it's a better try say how. one is there's so many different agendas it's working on. >> rose: nathan myhrvold for the hour. next. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: nathan myhrvold is here. he is the c.e.o. and co-founder of i
. there are questions on the website whether or not our personal information is going to be released and we don't know anything, necessarily and hence, why you're seeing the democrats repeal this-- >> and the democrats are pushing for repeal of the entire law? >> you're starting to hear that them, we've got to do something, because you realize we're going into a reelection year for a lot of them. the last thing they want. and the numbers this past week that say, literally democrats are in trouble and president obama's numbers are in trouble and the demographics, women and hispanics. charles: and the version-- hispanic version. >> and why are we putting that up in they can have the engli english-- >> and the obviously ego from the white house, that supersedes everything. and said that october first, it doesn't have to be ready, but the president wanted it ready and circumvented the best ways to get there so we don't get cgi from canada. and isn't it crazy the self-imposed deadlines. the americans people aren't saying give us time, give us the date. and i wonder what genius is saying december 1st it's g
is an icon already. >> is that what the word is derived from. >> i don't know. >> spelled differently. >> not the word icon. i wonder his name. not either. >>> in other corporate news, the government wants bank of america to pay nearly $864 million in damages after a federal jury found it liable for fraud over defective mortgages that were sold in this case by its countrywide unit. government's also asking for penalties against a former mid level executive at countrywide. the jury found her liable as well. and vc firm andreson horowicz has sold a third of their shares. the shares were sold between 49 and $50. that makes the sale worth more than $111 million. kind of interesting that they decided to do that. the firm still holds more than 4.5 million shares. >> what do you think about that? >> at some point he has to harvest some kind of gains about this. he's still on the board, right? he can't leave but he can't hang out -- he can't be in there all the time. >> you know, some people say it's never bad. stocks do go up and they do go down. >> i remember that barons commercial. the mar
and work together. we don't need to go through 43 different attempts to repeal or deny people the access to health care. the affordable care act is a bill that was passed by both houses, sieb signed by the president and upheld by the supreme court. as problems arise, we should sit down and commit to work together. but republicans have to agree on the basic premises that health care is a right, not a privilege. >> other other issue: energy independence. what did you propose that is different? >> we have to wean off fossil fuels. investing in alternate energy resources while engaging in an all of the above strategy. we are getting to the point where we are exporting natural gas. but we have to have the all above strategy. not drill baby drill. >> who is the next generation of leaders in congress? would you like to be speaker of the house? >> i am focused on what is in front of me and that is doing the best i can for the 23ered congressional district. >> who is the next generation of leaders in the house? on both sides. >> there are a number of members on both sides of the aisle that are b
, a black monday, the boom and bust twice during that period of time, so long story short, don't get caught up in the short-term. take it long-term, always, always have exposure to the market. it will take care of you over 30, 40-year timeframe. over three or four-year timeframe, maybe not so much. probably. >> what about buying individual stocks? what's your take on that, winner or loser for people like me, individual investors? >> i call it a looser. the market has so much information in it. you have a pea-sized brain compared to the overall market. i'm not insulting you because i think you're one of the smartest people i've ever met. >> thank you. >> but there's the risks that you don't know. there's the headline risks, the currency risks, inflation risks, just a bad day on the market could cause, you know, a massive sell-off of everything. your individual stock is ultimately a loser. so be cautious. i see too many people try to become financial analysts when they are, you know, ciscoe engineers. i see too many people thinking it's easy to pick stocks. if you're going to do it, go with s
and runs his campaign, gives him all the advice in the world, don't play golf, it is a rich man's game you won't look like a working class guy, fight him,. >> rose: william jennings brian. >> right and he is so happy when taft wins, taft will carry out my legacy, i trust no one more, he calls him a beloved person in his letters, teddy then goes to africa and gives him space, comes back and his progressive friends tell him that taft hasn't been as honest to the legacy. >> rose: and is cozing up to ceos. >> and to the regulars in the congress who he needed he thought to get the tariff bill through, it was more complicated than that, he simply didn't know how to be a public leader and he screwed up the things he tried to do to fulfill teddy's legacy and then teddy comes back and he is missing being president and the progressives say we want you so he ends up, of course, running against taft. >> rose: and woodrow wilson wins. >> of course when the two split the vote, actually teddy and taft together, teddy as the third party candidate and taft as the regular republican candidate get more than
to death formed in october you don't absorb oxygen to the old voluntarily source of comedy and that the us to seek god it's not something that exists in the environments in such concentrations that could cause poisoning accidentally will momentarily aikido and a little to no salt as my uncle able to specify the cause of death when an aunt died at the highest in and then the two thousand full and too high based tv station and this is our front initiated the investigation announced today. liaison staff and was carried out an old top seed at the swiss scientists said that tests face several limitations. the answers are really yes or no in these situations is always uncertainty. certainly if we had access to samples for mr arafat from paris. if they'd been conserved we would've been able to give a clear answer. unfortunately they've disappeared. the palestinian liberation organization has called for an intense our inquiry. it's pointing the finger at israel which has consistently denied any involvement in staff and staff. asic is another one using brief again in a pool to be in a car used in t
don't we take a look at the markets this morning. >> the big bang theory. >> right. >> let's take a look at the futures this morning. yesterday, you did see the dow closing up by about 21 points. s&p ended up by just over a point. this morning, the dow futures are indicated down by around 26 points. although we did see the markets closing, at least for the dow at an all-time high. the s&p 500 was almost at an all-time high. oil prices this morning are down by about 26 cents. you can see they're back close to 95 cents a barrel for wti. the ten-year note is yielding 2.782%. that yield continues to pick up. people are expecting, after friday's jobs report, tom, that the fed could taper sooner rather than later. that's what we've seen playing out here. >> yes. >> that's tom lee. he will be with us with more on the market. >> how much more do we have to do before we get to him? >> not much. take a look at the dollar, stronger against the euro. and gold prices this morning, at least right now, are barely down by about 80 cents. $ ,2080.30. >>> ross westgate is standing by in london. >>
you, it's going to turn around. don't think about it in a nuclear sense, but think strategic first, coming from great distance or no distance, to solve a problem. last, think about the conventional forces and moving and huge costs of standing armies and moving them to the problem. it's just the reality we have to deal with, and how we're going to do that, how are we going to afford it, those are the the questions, i think, that we're going to, as an alliance, come to grips with and understand how to do that; ours, we're not matching resources and capabilities with the security that we desire to have. >> thank you. >> other than that i'm in a good place. >> that leaves a good place. the leading expert brings a dose of reality, make it a concern, particularly such with europe. when you hear those speakers, particularly john cartwright's point about, you know, we have to be ability to exercise and leverage increasing speed and deploy our forces. do you see this happening in nato? is nato leveraging deemployability of the forces to provide adequate deterrent against threats from both n
it for 5,000, 6,000, 7,000, i don't know, 10,000 points. who knows? there's a tremendous dearth of supply. the endless buybacks have taken up so much talk and i don't talk about it as much. they take a swing like i did in the fall of 1987 when people hated stocks so much. with that in mind let's consider the state of the dow jones average that blew it out. who blew it and who blew it out? okay. in other words, let's look at the disappointers and how they've done, because this shows you what i'm talking about, a silver lining bull market. perhaps the most disappointing stock in the dow. one that's got a lot of people down is caterpillar. here's one that's done absolutely nothing this quarter after missing the numbers and guiding down big time. whoa, doesn't it say something that the cat's done nothing instead of being crushed? caterpillar caught an upgrade from the bank of america and merrill based on a specious call about power systems. the cat's well behind the market and therefore makes for a terrific catch-up story and it will catch up despite the endless executioners and high inventor
it up? never. >> i don't want to give mine up. >> from my cold dead hands you'll take it. >> i did switch to the iphone, you the by still rely on my blackberry. isn't that amazing? >> absolutely. >> i have both but i wish i could keep it, really. at least they've got us. rooting for them. to stay strong. a new cnbc poll shows investors are not sold on twitter as a stock that is -- especially the young people who use twitter the most. we thought that was interesting. so, why did the company just dramatically increase its ipo pricing range today? take a closer look. ahead of the big deal coming to market this wooeleek. should you buy it when it comes to market thursday? >> google outraged it may have been spied upon by the nsa. but someone -- one of our guests is asking isn't that what google does to its users? is that a fair comparison so make? after all, google does have a user agreement. people accept it. nsa doesn't have a user agreement i know of but we have both sides of the issue coming up. >> fascinating, actually. let's check the markets as we approach the
that got cancellation notices deserve and have received an apology from me. they don't want words, they want whether we can make sure that they are in a better place when we made that commitment. >> no one could identify anything the president could do it administratively to keep the pledge. let's be clear, the only way to fully help the american people is to scrap this law >> for more on what the president's new rules would mean on anyone that lost their shirns, i'm joined by emily ethridge, health care staff writer with roll call. the president's new plans, insurance commissioner said: >> along with being the mess is bandaid? >> it's not a band aid, but it's a difficult thing for insurance companies and commissioners to figure out. they have six weeks left in the year to scramble and put the policies back together. they have decided it may not happen this year or maybe next year. it's a lift - paperwork wise, administratively, it will be difficult to make this happen. >> one of the other issues that john boehner raised is that obamacare can't be fixed with an administrative acti
, pulling back from the tra veils of the world, tremendous veils and i don't see anything else who can with housekeeper of the world, doris kearns goodwin and josef joffe, when we continue. additional funding provided by these funders. >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. >> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> the great fundamental issue now before our people, it is are the american people fit to govern themselves to rule themselves, to control themselves? i believe they are. my opponents do not. >> rose: doris kearns goodwin is here, she is a historian, she is an author,? he is so much more, her books have brought to life some of the most fascinating figures in american history and awarded the pulitzer prize, eleanor the home front in world war ii, her 2005 book, teams of rivals of abraham lincoln and leading members of his cabinet was part of the steven spielberg movie lincoln, this tells the story of roosevelt and howard taft, they door roosevelt, william theodore .. roosevelt. >> william howard taft. >> tha
delicious. >> delicioso! >> it tastes so great you don't know that you're taking a medication. >> it tastes like a really ce thin, fruit smoothy. >> it tastes just wonderful. i love the taste of supple. >> it does sound tasty. then why aren't the active ingredients in supple standard of care in the united states, the first thing that doctors reach for, just like they are in europe? >> honestly? >> yeah. >> because the drug companies can't make billions of dollars a year selling these all-natural agents like they can their own pain drugs so they do everything they can to suppress them just to preserve their own profits. they manipulate the government, the government agencies, they manipulate the media, they fix scientific studies. >> but what's wrong with what's currently prescribed in the u.s.? >> well the pain drugs, and i've tried them all. >> yeah. >> acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, ibuprofen. all these things do nothing but just mask the pain. they d't treat the root causes of pain. >> of course they come with lots of dangerous side affects if you use them too long,
to balance out all the orders. >> oftentimes ipos don't open at the order. >> what time did facebook open? >> facebook was way into the afternoon. the expectation is -- >> there were problems, but there's going to be a lot of people. >> right. 10:00 to 11:00 is not when. >> 10:00 to 111:00. >> it will open today. >> it will open today. >> no, he said -- when i -- i said who knows when it will open. he goes, i know when it's going to open. >> 10:00 to 11:00 is not knowing when it's going to open. >> the point is is that instead of everybody freaking out this morning when it doesn't open at 9:30 or 9:345 or 10:15 or 10:30 or 10:45 as i can imagine happening -- >> well, with an ipo, they have to put all the stuff -- my monitor, look at my monitor. >> ocd boy who can't handle things going out of walk -- >> it's like a picture on the wall. now that's too much. >> there. it's fine. for anybody who didn't know, joe has issues. if you want to get to him, leave the closet door open. >> if they've seen the show, they know. >> anyway, andrew, this is really -- i can argue a lot of different things.
americans -- and the left president obama says americans can keep their policies even if they don't meet the law's requirements. >> this is not a big game, but the game is not over >> a survey by the associated press finds more than 4.2 million americans buy their own health insurance received cancellation notices. a week after one of the worst storms on record officials in the philippines are burying victims in mass graves. the official death toll from typhoon haiyan is more than 4400. more than 800,000 are homeless. >> toronto's embattled mayor, rob ford under pressure to resign, he had to apologise for using obscene language, whilst denying making sexual advance tos a female counsellor. that's the news at this hour. see you back here at 11 eastern, 8 pacific time. "consider this" is next. [ ♪ theme ]. >>> the president promising fixes on his troubled health care plan, "consider this" - the white house, if they can't get it right in 3.5 years, will another year make is different? america's long-held believes about the poor are wrong. they are white and more suburban by the day. what
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